The project team consists of 6 partner countries: Spain, Finland, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, and Ireland:
PROFAT activities include: preparing special tools based on programs integrating more active formal and non-formal learning methods for better understanding of business and economics; building a international network of organisations and associations working on entrepreneurship issues; organising trainings, seminars, workshops and conferences for developing youth entrepreneurship skills. PROFAT positively impacts the lives through quality business and finance programs that give our youth the chances they need to succeed.
Centro Europeo de Empresas e Innovación de Burgos, Spain
Centro Europeo de Empresas e Innovación de Burgos is a non- profit organisation formed in 1994 by the following partners: Agency of Economic Development of Castilla y León, City Council of Burgos, Provincial Government of Burgos, Caja de Burgos and Caja del Círculo Católico de Burgos (Saving Banks), Technological Institute of Castilla y León, Federation of Burgos Managers Associations and Association of Burgos Young Managers.
CEEI Burgos is member of the European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN), working also under ESINET framework (European Space Agency Business Incubation programme)
HAMK University of Applies Sciences, Finland
HAMK University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) is a multidisciplinary higher education institution with over 7,000 students from all corners of the world. We offer broad-based, high-quality education, and research and development services. We have 29 bachelor-level degree programmes (six conducted in English) and seven master-level programmes (one conducted in English), as well as over 100 partner institutions globally.
Solski center Ptuj, Slovenia
SC Ptuj -school with a long-year tradition, since the Economy School Ptuj has existed for 50 years. Although a lot was achieved till now, every year we try to become even better. We are aware how important knowledge and good preparations of students for employment and study are.
We face the challenge how to educate young people, so that they will be able to adapt to the demands of the fast changing environment and that they will be competent in their profession and competitive on the European market.
Cavan Institute, Ireland
Cavan Institute is a public provider of over 70 nationally & internationally accredited courses and funded by Objective 1 of European Union disadvantaged region, which has experienced considerable political & economic change & a growth in unemployment. Established 28 years ago, enrollment is 1400 full-time & 500 part-time students, with 100 staff, it is one of the largest providers of FE in Ireland.
Bulgarian Development Agency, Bulgaria
Bulgarian Development Agency (BDA) is a non-profit association undertaking activities for public benefit, established in Sofia, Bulgaria. The association aims to contribute to the regional development as well as to promote the democratic and integration processes in the society.